Pride in Prague

by Maria Martin | Prague Daily Monitor

Prague Monitor’s correspondent Maria attended the Prague Pride festival earlier this month to find out what pride means to people.

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Tomáš Král: A dialogue between text and melody is what I am trying to grasp

by Ona Jarmalavičiūtė | Prague Daily Monitor

Czech vocalist Tomáš Král fell in love with early music when it wasn’t very popular in his home country. Now, he says, going to Baroque music concerts is considered trendy.

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In Search of Prague

by Ileana Lobkowicz | Prague Daily Monitor

It’s easier to eat than it is to pronounce. It’s crispy. It’s fluffy. It’s heavenly. It’s trdelník. The plethora of trdelník stands and shops advertise their product as a “traditional Czech pastry” or an “old Bohemian specialty.” But how traditional is it?

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Don’t Miss: Tea, wine and film noir

by Narmin Ismiyeva | Prague Daily Monitor

This weekend, you can taste wine and street food along the shores of Vltava, participate in a large-scale tea ceremony at Vyšehrad or visit the Křivoklát Castle where the beset noir movies will be screened.

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Ileana Lobkowicz: In Search of Prague

by Ileana Lobkowicz | Prague Daily Monitor

It’s easier to eat than it is to pronounce. It’s crispy. It’s fluffy. It’s heavenly. It’s trdelník. The plethora of trdelník stands and shops advertise their product as a “traditional Czech pastry” or an “old Bohemian specialty.” But how traditional is it?

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Don’t Miss: Velvet Comedy Show, Latino Anděl and Festival of Illustration

by Narmin Ismiyeva | Prague Daily Monitor

On Wednesday, the pedestrian zone at Anděl will turn into a setting for a huge fiesta with meals, drinks and music from Mexico, Argentina, Cuba, or Brazil. Read below for more highlights of the week.

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